Sun Block Screens for Windows and Skylights

Benefits

Sun block or solar screens have a huge benefit that is already well know in the southern states and is only recently getting recognition in the north. They can be mounted two ways to the inside or to the outside. The simple principle is to stop the sun from heating up the glass in the windows and skylights to keep the inside of the house cooler. In many cases 12 to15 degrees cooler. They have an additional benefit if mounted on the outside besides blocking extreme sunlight they also protect windows against seal failure if installed properly. Oh and of course they still block out bugs. There are several levels of sun block: 75%, 80% and 90%. The more sun you block the cooler a room stays.

Clip-On Sunscreens for Windows

  • They can be installed inside or outside.
  • Keeps inside temperatures up to 15 degrees cooler in summer.
  • Blocks sunlight that causes carpet and furniture fading.
  • Frames are available in white, brown, tan, almond, black and mill colors.
  • Mesh colors available are brown, gray, charcoal and black.
 

Skylight Sunscreens

  • THESE CAN BE MOUNTED INSIDE OR OUT BUT IF YOU WANT TO STOP THE HEAT PUT THEM OUTSIDE.
  • Removable for the seasonal needs.
  • Keeps inside temperatures up to 15 degrees cooler in summer.
  • They help the window seals on the thermal pane glass last longer.
  • Will not blow off in a strong wind.
  • Frames are available in white and brown.
  • Mesh colors available are brown, gray, charcoal and black.
 

Roll-Up Sunscreens

  • Roll up or down daily as needed.
  • Keeps inside temperatures 15 -18 degrees cooler in summer.
  • Comes in 8 colors.
  • Chain used to raise and lower the screen.
  • Screen can be anchored down when windy.
  • The 80% block still allows 20% outward visibility.
  • Installs against a wall or under an eave.